We want to take a walk in your shoes.
On May 6-12, 2013, the UN will hold its Second Global Road Safety week, dedicated to pedestrian safety. The week, requested by the UN General Assembly, is part of global efforts to draw attention to the growing burden of road traffic injuries, specifically the more than 300,000 pedestrians who are killed each year. A greater awareness of the impact of road traffic injuries is key to getting decision- and policy-makers involved. Enacting appropriate laws, enhancing enforcement and ensuring links with other modes of transport can save lives.
You can get involved by helping the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit (JH-IIRU) draw attention to the needs of pedestrians.
Are your roads safe for pedestrians? Show Us.
Answer this question with a photo and you could win an iPod Nano!
Submit no more than five photographs (image size must be at least 1600x1200 pixels, JPEG format) between March 18-April 18, 2013
How to enter:
Take a photo that answers the question, “Are your roads safe for pedestrians?”
Email your photo to IIRU@jhsph.edu (From an email address where we can be sure to reach you).
Include your name and phone number in your message.
Specify where the photo was taken and supply a caption that describes how the photo answers the question “Are your roads safe for pedestrians?”
Open to all with the exception of faculty, staff and students associated with JH-IIRU.
First Prize: iPod Nano
Second Prize: iPod Shuffle
Please note that prizes will awarded only if there are at least three photographs submitted by at least two individuals.
These rules govern your participation in the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health photo contest (Contest). Participation in the Contest constitutes your full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these rules:
You may enter the Contest from March 18- April 18, 2013 (Contest Period). The Contest is sponsored and run by the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health at 615 N Wolfe Street, Room E8007, Baltimore, MD, 21205 USA. The Contest allows five (5) photos per participant, and JH-IIRU will treat the person who holds the email address of an eligible photo submission as the contest participant.
All entries must be received by April 18, 2013 to qualify for consideration. Entries must be submitted via the IIRU@jhsph.edu email address
At a minimum, digital images must be approximately 1600x1200 pixels. Photos below the minimum resolution, collages, digitally altered photos, and/or photos without completed captions are not eligible for consideration.
Photos will be judged on the basis of content (relevance to category) and quality (e.g. lighting, composition, focus) by an independent panel of judges for prizes. All voting decisions are final. JH-IIRU reserves the right to disqualify any entry that is, in JH-IIRU discretion, inappropriate, offensive or demeaning to the Unit’s reputation or goodwill, or contrary to the Unit’s mission or these rules. JH-IIRU reserves the right to not select a winner if all submitted photo entries do not meet the overall expectations of the contest.
Entries that violate copyright or the laws of the country in which they were taken are not acceptable.
A winning photo will be chosen April 30, 2013. Once the winner is chosen, we will notify the winning participants via email and the contact information provided.
Use of photos:
By submitting a photo as part of the Contest, you agree to grant a non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free license for full and unrestricted use of that photo to JH-IIRU. JH-IIRU reserves the right to evaluate each entry’s eligibility under the rules as well as for compliance with the US Copyright Act and any and all other applicable laws.
By submitting an entry, you are representing and warranting that the subject in your entry is authorized to be photographed and included on the JH-IIRU website, in publications promoting the Unit and its mission.
JH-IIRU reserves the right to crop your photograph for editorial purposes.
Contest participants understand that when the Contest is over, their entries may be selected for inclusion in the JH-IIRU photograph collection and may be used for educational or promotional purposes.
class="normal"By entering the contest, the participant grants to JH-IIRU a non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free license to use such photographs on its website, and publicity and other works as may be necessary to meet the requirements of JH-IIRU, and to do so without requiring JH-IIRU to notify the participant, seek the participant’s permission, or owe any form of compensation to the participant. This agreement will apply to all photographs and other submissions supplied to JH-IIRU by the participant and shall remain in effect until cancelled in writing by either party or superseded by a subsequent agreement. The participant understands that these images will provide useful information related to people, their living conditions, and their health, and that requests to use the photos will be carefully screened for appropriate and respectful objectives.